Library patrons take reading seriously, and librarians find ways to bring book and reader together. One way is in compiling reading lists. The Texas Library Association recently released the 2017 Lariat List, which, according to its website, is outstanding adult fiction with the criteria of being a pleasure to read.

Library Director Lisa Youngblood participated on the selection committee to compile a list that covers a lot of reading territory, and is sure to satisfy.

To access the Lariat List, go to follow the link on the HHPL Special Events page.

The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is offering teens the opportunity to volunteer at the library this summer. Volunteer hours can apply to clubs, or classes, and job skills learned here can be taken to other jobs. For information, call Rose at 254-953-5491.

This week at the library.

Writers can get peer support and feedback at 6 p.m. Wednesday when the Writer’s Support Group meets.

Moms are the Best is the theme of Family Fun Night at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Create scrapbook pages of favorite activities, or family events 11 a.m. Saturday with the Family Scrapbooking Club.

Sign up for one of the library’s summer camps geared toward engaging the current interests of younger library patrons: Robotics Camp I, Robotics Camp II, Sewing Camp, Writing Camp.

Books of interest include “The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Up Happier, Healthier, and More Creative,” by Florence Williams; “Science And The City: The Mechanics Behind the Metropolis,” by Laurie Winkless; “You Are The Universe: Discovering Your Cosmic Self and Why It Matters,” by Deepak Chopra.

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